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  • Pressure & Practice November 19, 2014
    The bone marrow transplant has been used as a cancer therapy for over 50 years. It is designed to replace a patient’s defective stem cell population with a healthy donor pool. Three steps must occur. First, you need to condition the host and eliminate all of his/her current stem cells. This is done with either […]
  • Things Change November 12, 2014
    “Why is it in medical school we’re separated from the things that brought us here?” One of my classmates texted me that statement from a doctor’s speech at a conference in Chicago. We’ve discussed that sentiment quite a bit this year. Let’s just say MS2 isn’t really what I expected. In some ways it’s better, […]
  • Presentations – Communication Lessons November 10, 2014
    Modern science is defined by collaboration. I work in a lab as part of a team. For our team to be effective, we need to have good communication. We need a seamless exchange of ideas to effectively plan experiments, troubleshoot problems, and pursue the best hypotheses. Great research requires great communication. A researcher must also […]
  • Back to Business November 4, 2014
    Well hello November….. I love the beautiful fall colors and of course the best part of the season are the Hallmark channel countdown to christmas movies (shameless plug for one of my favorite weekend pass times LMBO) :-). In all seriousness it’s crazy to believe that 2014 is almost over. The saying is certainly true […]
  • Updates, sorry for my absence! October 23, 2014
    Hi all! First, I’m so sorry that I’ve been absent for so long, it has taken me awhile to get used to this 3rd-year life and settle into a routine. SO let me update you on some of the happenings in THIS medical student’s life. I have completed Anesthesia, Surgery-Subspecialty (Ophthalmology and ENT), General Surgery […]


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